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Filename: 19990524_PoliticalTexan_Alex.mp3
Air Date: May 24, 1999
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Now the people of one Texas town are out to expose what they call a conspiracy.
There was a black helicopter spraying some white powder.
It's bizarre.
It's like an invasion.
What's behind this helicopter hell?
Now the strange sighting set up a lot of people in the Lone Star State coming up with a lot of conspiracy theories.
Steve Lankford reports on the helicopters and health problems that have hit Austin.
It's the sound.
It sounds just like a tornado.
They were so loud that they just shut the windows.
That's how they know they're back.
It's huge.
You can see the machine gun nails throwing them and everything.
And they were black.
The black helicopters.
Nine children all came down to spend time.
The whole side of my car was covered with dead mats.
Austin, Texas is a peaceful, laid-back kind of place.
He looks like his favorite son, Willie Nelson.
At least it used to be.
Until the black helicopters arrived.
It's like an invasion.
It's bizarre.
Suddenly, people all over Austin started seeing them.
Some saying they'd been harassed and maybe even poisoned by the sails.
I can confirm black helicopters are swarming all over Texas and the rest of the U.S., harassing citizens, police, anybody that gets in their way.
Black helicopters strike forth the new world order.
Alex Jones is a popular radio top show host with Austin's KJFK, and he's been investigating and reporting on the mysterious black helicopter phenomenon for years.
It reads like a science fiction novel, but it's really happening.
Until recently, the government, the military, and law enforcement had denied the very existence of black helicopters.
But now, authorities can see there really are such things.
Yes, black helicopters are real.
They're here to take care of you.
They're for anti-terrorist training.
But Jones and others suspect that black helicopters are the real terrorists.
You're talking about SS Cavalry right here in America.
The sinister-looking, unmarked choppers have been reported buzzing halls, following motorists, landing unannounced in schoolyards, and even dropping in the serious white dust of Austin neighborhoods.
See, it smears like paint.
Norma Ruble says her car was covered with the stuff after a black helicopter flew over her house.
It's like the Matrix twice-air exploded.
City officials examined the mysterious substance and declared it cedar ash from a nearby forest fire.
There's no way it looked like cedar ash.
And she says nobody can explain what else she found on her car.
Thousands of dead knacks.
Something killed them.
Meanwhile, others who have seen the black helicopters fly over their homes say the dust might have poisoned them.
All of my kids and myself all got sick with permit trouble.
And the Hopkins family suspects a government cover-up
I think most people would like to be able to just say, well, our government would never do that.
Alex Jones insists it would.
They tested what's the spray out of the helicopter.
It has salmonella and other types of bacteria that you would find in the garbage.
Jones suspects it's all part of secret government preparations for a possible state of emergency.
We see a lot of indicators that the military is preparing for martial law.
And Jones is not alone.
The government has more control than they need, and
I think the black helicopters probably had something to do with it.
We're in the equivalent of 1936 Germany.
We're just now getting the power, and they're getting ready to really climb down.
Well, guys, how you doing this evening?
We're live, and you are watching InfoWars, Exposing Corruption, Freedom Report, all that good stuff.
Mike and the rest of the crew, Scott, Lance, Butch, all the great folks in there running the program, and of course Melissa earlier this evening, and they're helping out.
We do appreciate all of your fine work.
We have a lot of important news for you this evening.
I'm a little bit hoarse, so bear with me.
And I would tell Mike, at least on this monitor, glowing a little pink.
You might want to alter it.
Oh, okay.
That's a good mic.
That's fine, though.
People aren't tuning in to see my ugly face, are they?
Now, I don't know where to start.
I mean, I have two hours on the radio to talk about this stuff.
Every night, Sunday, and I have three hours on Saturday.
So I'm sitting here looking at all this, and I've already been through it today several times in several other programs I did.
And, uh,
Well, I really don't know where to begin.
I mean, where should I begin?
We just have propaganda upon propaganda upon evil upon evil.
I think I'm going to take a lot of your phone calls tonight.
We are live again, my friends.
And it is May 24th, 1999.
One day closer to victory.
If you actively believe that parasitism, that is the active embracing of
Of criminal activities.
If you think that's good, if you buy all their propaganda, it's for the children, all this primitive psychology package and a glossy 21st century facade.
And again, this program is not for you, my friends.
If you want to seek the truth, if you want to research the facts, don't take my word for it.
Go research it for yourself.
And again, this program is for you and your family.
If you wish it.
Let me launch into the news for you.
We certainly need to go to this Associated Press article.
Remember back in 1997, don't we, the reports of a black immigrant being sodomized with a broken toilet plunger, two to three feet long, according to police reports, by police.
We remember police being fired for trying to speak out.
We remember the mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, coming out, a phony conservative, a phony liberal, a phony human being, all these
Charms don't mean a damn thing.
And we remember people saying, well, that just couldn't be true.
They tortured him for hours.
And now some good police finally stepped forward.
And, uh, well, just let me read the article.
No high-tech teleprompters here.
No script.
Let's just go to the article.
This is from the AP.
It's up on my website, infowars.com.
If people are watching the tape of this, it should still be in the archives.
Mike Richardson does a fabulous job, as the crew does at this television show.
As Vic Greeland did, helping to start the website.
A New York cop to plead guilty by Tom Hayes.
A police officer accused of torturing a prisoner inside a
Brooklyn Station House will change his plea to guilty, his lawyer told a federal judge.
The specific charge to which Justin Vopal would plead was not revealed.
Vopal is the central figure in a case that has seen five officers indicted on charges of violating the civil rights of a black Haitian immigrant.
Let's stop the fake.
As I like to say.
You always notice how the federal government, whether it's Rodney King or this case, every year or so, likes to pick a case where they charge out and defend someone, preferably a minority.
As good to say, the black population and the other populations that are on the reservations, the modern plantations, you could say, in the inner cities, where they break up the families and keep people below the poverty level and ship in the government narcotics.
Why is it federal?
Someone beats someone for hours on the way into jail for
Supposedly hitting a police officer.
They found out later that it was the wrong guy at a bar or something.
And they're beating him on the way.
They get him in the bathroom and they're holding him down, shoving a plunger.
And other police were witnessing this.
And they come out and brag with the feces dripping down the excrement and the blood from the sharp-pointed instrument.
It was supposed to be a broken-tipped instrument.
Ramming it in him over and over again while they savagely beat him.
Oh, no, no.
We're not going to charge them with attempted murder or assault with intent to cause bodily harm.
We're not going to charge them with a state law.
We're going to back off.
We're going to let the feds do it because, of course, New York dropped the ball.
But the really big corruption comes in for a few poster boy type situations and rightfully prosecutes.
Thus, when they burn churches or shoot pregnant women in the head or...
Blow things up like federal buildings in a Rice-Scoggin' type activity.
Nobody wants to do anything.
Let me continue.
Vopal is the central figure in a case that has seen five officers indicted on charges
Violating the civil rights of a black Haitian immigrant.
News of the plea came after several days of speculation following testimony by four police officers who witnessed Vopal brandishing a spit around the time that he allegedly tortured Abner Loman inside a bathroom of a Brooklyn police station on August 9, 1997.
The case against the four remaining officers was expected to proceed.
There was no indication whether Vopal would testify as part of
This is my problem with hiring the steroided up
The normally combative Kornberg, that's the attorney,
Had his flight opening statements, he would try to show that Beaumont was injured during consensual sex before he got involved with the police.
He had his pouring blood with broken arteries and vessels in his rectum and from his lower intestine, beaten with his teeth hanging out, broken out.
The former and current precinct patrolman testified, thank God there's some decent folks left, that they had seen Voepel wielding a stick on the morning of the bathroom attack.
Roman had told the jury that Vopal put an object in his rectum, pulled it out, and put it in his mouth.
He testified, Vopal told me if I ever talked to anyone about what happened, he would kill everybody in my family.
Detective Eric Prunsky testified seeing Schwartz lead a handcuffed Luman, whose pants were at his ankles, towards the bathroom.
Later, a disheveled and sullen Vopal was
Swinging the stick around like a sword and hitting it against the wall, the detective said.
I want to back up for a second.
If I saw anybody, if I was a police officer, a peace officer, if I saw anybody dragging, dragging some bleeding person to a bathroom, and then I heard this story, and there were other police watching, I mean, what type of shit cowards have we become?
If you don't like somebody, stand up and fight them like they used to.
Officer Mike Schofield testified that Vogel borrowed a pair of black leather gloves from him before the alleged attack and returned them covered with blood.
This is a Schofield officer.
Kornberg, along with other defense attorneys, attacked the credibility of Kershke and Schofield for coming forward only after it became clear internal affairs investigators would be interviewing them anyway.
The defense went silent Wednesday when a burly
A sergeant named Kenneth Wernick appeared as a surprise witness in an account ever before public.
He testified that Hopel bragged, I took a man down tonight.
Boy, you're tough.
Like a bunch of wild dogs, you pull down some innocent person, you now admit the innocent, beat them on the way to the station, sodomize them with serious bleeding.
Hopel then took him to the bathroom to see
They chewed the three-foot stick which was stashed by the sink, he said.
Kornberg declined to question both Wernick and a second surprise witness officer, Michael Schroeder, who testified vocal, had taunted him by putting the end of the excrement-soaked stick in his face.
Man, these police are everywhere, guys.
And that's where I'll move to this.
You've all seen the video of Mike Hanson.
We've all seen the video.
And right here, I have the form.
They finally let us have the form.
The form that Mike Hansen was asked to sign.
Mike Hansen, standing up for his First Amendment right to say, leave me alone, but mainly his fourth-minute right, that's being destroyed in this country, a small bit today that I'll get into later,